High street eatery Pret A Manger is launching its latest seasonal menu in the UK on September 25.
The new items will include multiple vegan options including soup, sweet treats, and a hot drink.
The new sweet options follow the success of Pret's recently launched vegan cookie.
In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Hannah Dolan, Head of Food Development at Pret, said: "Our almond butter snacks are some of the most popular new items at Pret.
"Our Dark Chocolate & Almond Butter cookie (the vegan cookie) has had a big thumbs up from our customers. We're excited to introduce more chocolatey and almond butter vegan snacks."
The new vegan options include Almond Butter Bites (£1.45), described as 'little bites of dark chocolate filled with smooth almond butter and a touch of sea salt' and the Dark Chocolate Salted Almonds (£1.45) - 'roasted almonds with a delicate layer of dark chocolate, a sprinkle of sea salt and a dusting of cocoa'.
In addition, the Coconut & Mango Bowl (£2.99), offers 'freshly sliced banana topped with non-dairy coconut yogurt and crunchy granola, finished with chunks of mango and pomegranate seeds'.
The soups on offer will include Pea & Mint and Tuscan Bean.
Finally, the Pumpkin Spice Latte is vegan if made with soya or a rice-coconut milk - and those who bring in a reusable cup can get 50p off.
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